Center for People in Need Thanksgiving Food Distribution to Take Place November 23–25
Center for People in Need (cfpin.org) will host its Thanksgiving food distribution on Saturday, November 23, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.; Sunday, November 24, 1–3 p.m.; and Monday, November 25, 3–6 p.m. This annual event provides Thanksgiving meals to those in need. On average, nearly 2,000 families are served during the weekend. The organization is looking for volunteers for all dates and times.
Founded in 2003 by Beatty Brasch, a well-known community leader and human rights activist, Center for People in Need is a community-based nonprofit organization providing services for low-income people in Lincoln and the surrounding area. The mission of Center for People in Need is to provide services to low-income people that address their basic needs and help them achieve economic independence. The Center addresses food insecurity, emergency services, language skills, educational opportunities, and employment skills. They also advocate for policies that help people overcome obstacles to gain economic independence.
For more information about volunteering for the Center for People in Need’s Thanksgiving food distribution event, watch the Facebook page (@centerforpeopleinneed) or contact Ashton Juarez-Bundy at (402) 476-4357 / email@example.com. If you or your organization would like to provide a meal to a family in need, you may make an online donation at cfpin.org.